Worlds first public domain infrared 3D
Excellent. I like the infrared aspect, too.
Thank you much Tim, I am glad you liked this colorles dark pair. I am very happy to be able combine the two great aspects of the digital photography. Best wishes, Volkan
Does your camera have an IR setting, or is there some sort of filter?
Yes Tim, my Sony V1 and H9 has IR mode. I have 1000nm and 700nm IR pass filters. Here is one of my favorite IR shot
Take care, Volkan
Very Cool (...my favorite IR shot)
I will definitely have an IR feature on my next camera.
Great IR pix Volkan. Don't think I've ever seen stereo infrared shots. The pic of the lady on the beach has a kind of haunted quality. Terrific shots.
Thank you much Chip, your comments as a well established 3D photographer means a lot to me. As you can tell, I like braking rules and standards and carry them in to next possible levels. I wish I could do 3D of that shot. But get ready, I will soon be posting more NIRX-3D Best wishes, Volkan
I'd like to join the IR parade, but sadly, neither of my digital cameras has an IR option. I have an old camcorder with "night vision", but that just won't do.
Years ago I did some 35mm IR and UV photography, but no longer have a workable 35mm camera, and I don't have any idea where the negatives and prints have gone.
Wonderful! I like Your "Infrared" series!
Thanks Chip hope you're still OK.
Thank you Io'. You've found one of my most favorite one here :)
Best wishes, Volkan
I think of yes! This is very romantic! Like a B/W movie of 30s...
Thank you Io' for sharing your thoughts. I find the soft contrast, the scene and the sense of dept very amazing with this luckily captured X-3D :)
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